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Futures Market Concerns about drought in Australia and increasing concerns about quality in Argentina lent support caused Wheat futures to be closed higher this week. Wheat Crop Conditions On October 22, USDA reported winter wheat planting was ... Read More
 
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U.S. wheat futures fell moderately lower this week on technical selling, weaker than expected exports, and improved planting conditions for winter wheat crops in the Midwest and Great Plains of ... Read More
 
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U.S. wheat futures fell moderately lower this week on larger than expected increases to USDA estimates for world wheat production and ending stocks as well as rainfall bringing needed moisture ... Read More
 
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U.S. Wheat futures closed down this week due to the USDA estimating a larger than expected spring wheat crop and rainfall across the Southern Plains. Chicago found support due to ... Read More
 
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U.S. Wheat futures closed higher this week on short covering and concerns over the Austalian and Argentinean crops. Wheat Crop Conditions
U .S. winter wheat planting ... Read More
 
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U.S. Wheat futures ended the week mixed with Chicago and Kansas City wheat futures moving upward thanks to technical buying and a weaker U.S. dollar and Minneapolis futures dropping on poor ... Read More
 
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U.S. wheat futures ended the week mixed supported by short-covering and a weaker U.S. dollar which makes U.S. wheat more competitive against other origins. Large global supplies of lower protein ... Read More
 
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Support from strong export demand and a softer U.S. dollar, which makes U.S. wheat exports more competitive against other origins pushed CBOT and KCBT wheat futures higher this week. Seasonal ... Read More
 
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Technical selling and large Black Sea wheat supplies pressured wheat futures lower this week. Strong export demand lent limited support. Wheat Crop Conditions On August 14, USDA reported winter wheat harvest ... Read More
 
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Seasonal harvest pressure and a lack of new information on abandoned hard red spring (HRS) acres drove down MGEX futures this week, while large crops in Russia and Ukraine weighed ... Read More
 
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pressured by reports of large wheat harvests in Russia and Ukraine, wheat futures fell again this week. Seasonal harvest pressure also weighed on MGEX hard red spring (HRS) futures.
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News of above average wheat yields in Russia and Ukraine pressured wheat futures lower this week. Wheat Crop Conditions On July 24, USDA reported winter wheat harvest is 84% complete, slightly ahead ... Read More
 
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Technical selling pushed CBOT and KCBT wheat futures lower this week as harvest nears completion in the southern half of the United States. Deteriorating hard red spring (HRS) crop conditions ... Read More
 
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USDA’s reduction of 2017/18 its U.S. wheat production estimate was much smaller than traders expected pressuring U.S. futures lower this week. Wheat crop conditions On July 10, USDA reported winter wheat ... Read More
 
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Wheat futures climbed higher this week supported by worsening crop conditions in the U.S. Northern Plains. Concerns over hot, dry conditions in Australia and overly wet conditions in Argentina lent ... Read More
 

Market News

CNBC's Sara Eisen joins 'The Exchange' to discuss the market sell-off and what's behind the move.... Read More
 
The dollar fell on Thursday as Treasury yields continued to plumb new lows and investors bet the Federal Reserve would cut interest rates to offset the impact of a spreading coronavirus.... Read More
 
The Malaysian ringgit could slide further as the country grapples with a recent political upheaval and the coronavirus outbreak, says Gerald Ambrose of Aberdeen Standard Investments Malaysia.... Read More
 
The dollar rebounded on Wednesday from a two-week low hit in the previous session.... Read More
 
Given the political turmoil in Malaysia, fiscal measures will not be announced and Malaysia's domestic demand might suffer, leaving the ringgit to further weakness, says Gerald Ambrose of Aberdeen Standard Investments Malaysia.... Read More
 
The extent that developments in China affect U.S. monetary policy is being underestimated, and the prospect of at least two rate cuts this year from the Fed is very real, says Sat Duhra of Janus Henderson Investors.... Read More
 
The dollar rebounded on Wednesday from a two-week low hit in the previous session as investors scaled back expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve would signal more policy easing in response to a deadly virus spreading outside China.... Read More
 
Even before the global coronavirus outbreak, Societe Generale expected U.S. growth to slow and possibly go into recession, says the bank's Jason Daw.... Read More
 
David Pierce, director of GPS Capital Markets, discusses investment strategy.... Read More
 
National Australia Bank strategist Rodrigo Catril says the yen's safe-haven attributes tend to be linked to the performance of developed markets. With Wall Street and the U.S. dollar continuing to see strength, the yen is unlikely to trade as a safe haven, he says.... Read More
 
The Japanese yen rose versus the U.S. dollar on Monday in a risk-off move spurred by the rise in coronavirus cases.... Read More
 
CNBC's Kelly Evans looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.... Read More
 
Gareth Berry of Macquarie said a potential hard Brexit and an escalating trade war between the U.S. and China can both be contributing factors to the U.S. dollars move.... Read More
 
Tim Graf, head of macro strategy EMEA at State Street, discusses how the U.S. dollar is moving in response to China's coronavirus outbreak.... Read More
 
The U.S. dollar fell across the board on Friday after a survey of purchasing managers showed U.S. business activity in the manufacturing and services sectors stalled in February and as investors fretted over the fast-spreading coronavirus.... Read More
 
The yen fell past 112 to a 10-month low against a broadly stronger U.S. dollar on Thursday, extending recent losses for the Japanese currency as investors fretted about dire economic news out of the country.... Read More
 
Having surpassed the key $1,600 mark, gold prices were flirting with a seven-year high on Wednesday, as investors continue to shore up their positions amid the coronavirus outbreak.... Read More
 
James Gerrish, portfolio manager at Shaw and Partners, outlines why both gold and the dollar are rising in value.... Read More
 
The U.S. dollar climbed on Wednesday to near a three-year high against a basket of other currencies and the safe-haven yen sank to a nine-month low as a decline in the number of new coronavirus cases in China and expectations for more policy stimulus boosted investors' appetite for risk.... Read More
 
Divya Devesh from Standard Chartered Bank says Bank of Japan's options appear to be limited right now, and it remains unclear if it will immediately increase its policy accommodation.... Read More
 
The dollar rose on Tuesday to its highest in nearly three years against the euro, which was pressured by a German survey showing slumping investor confidence in Europe's largest economy.... Read More
 
Chinese banks have been ordered to disinfect cash before issuing it to the public in an effort to curb the spread of the new coronavirus that has so far killed 1,770 people in the country.... Read More
 
Vasileios Gkionakis, head of FX strategy at Banque Lombard Odier, discusses how currency markets are reacting to the coronavirus outbreak in China.... Read More
 
Moritz Kraemer, chief economic advisor at Acreditus, discusses post-Brexit relations between the U.K. and the EU.... Read More
 
Investors and asset managers have a "huge appetite" for risk at the moment, says Stuart Oakley of Nomura.... Read More
 
Terrence Wu, assistant VP of FX research and strategy at OCBC Bank, says shifts in risk sentiment are gaining very little traction despite the ongoing coronavirus crisis in China.... Read More
 
Khoon Goh from ANZ Bank says activity could be shifted to Taiwan, as the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak continues.... Read More
 
The euro eased to another nearly three-year low on Friday as investors worried about slowing growth momentum in the euro zone ahead of an estimate of how its economy performed in the fourth quarter.... Read More
 
The euro dropped to more than two-year lows against the dollar on Thursday as concerns about a sharp rise in the number of new cases in the coronavirus outbreak in China led investors to seek out U.S. assets.... Read More
 
Fed Chair Jerome Powell acknowledged that Facebook's Libra project was a "wake-up call" but said there are still "many questions that need to be answered around digital currency for the United States."... Read More